How to share big video files privately

Kathleen Atkins

We’re long past the old days of shared dinners and long nights of vacation slides.

Now when you want to assemble trip memories, it could easily be a video that you make available to your companions. But how to share a big file securely? That’s what Larry98765Ottawa asked the Lounge members in the Graphics/Multimedia forum. He was happily surprised by the workable suggestions he received there.

The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions for which you might have answers:

Office Applications    
General Productivity Want command-line utility to search single file for multiple strings
Word Processing Cursor jumps
Spreadsheets Sorting issue
Databases Access 2010 performance on VM
Visual Basic for Apps Want Excel always on top
Microsoft Outlook Outlook sending out multiple past email messages
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Non-Outlook E-mail Synchronizing laptop, phone, and desktop for multiple mail accounts
Windows
General Windows Almost all lost
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Windows 8 Is Win8 better than Win7 behind the curtain?
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Windows 7 Really need help on Win7 32-bit boot issue
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  Don’t like way text documents look on monitor with Win7
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  Better manager for services?
Windows Vista BIOS not booting; very grateful for help
Windows XP Dual boot broken; if XP works, DOS doesn’t and vice-versa
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Internet/Connectivity
Internet Explorer IE 10 update offered
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Networking Powerline networks and switches
Social Media How to get rid of Google Plus webpage that keeps opening
Software Development
Windows Programming PERL advised in Win7?
Other Technologies
Non-Microsoft OSes Fatal error on disk when attempting to install Linux
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Security & Scams MSSE and Malwarebytes Pro question
Maintenance How to delete files mistakenly copied in cloud backup
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Hardware External drive has lost identity
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Graphics/Multimedia How to share large video in secure manner
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Other Applications Start 8 and Modern Mix problem

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starred posts: particularly useful

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Kathleen Atkins

About Kathleen Atkins

Kathleen Atkins is the Windows Secrets associate editor. She's also a freelance writer, editor, and photographer. Prior to joining Windows Secrets, she worked at Microsoft Press.